Sue Steel is the Mananging Director of Treasury for Bridge Investment Group, LLC. In this role, she is responsible global funding and liquidity, capital structure, cash management and treasury services for all Bridge Investment Group, LLC worldwide operations. She is also Chairman of the Asset and Liability Committee (ALCO), an Executive Member of the Bridge Operations Committee and a Committee Leader for the Bridge Women’s Network (BWN).
Ms. Steel has over 27 years’ experience in Treasury Management, Corporate Finance, Global Banking, Compliance, Investor Relations, Risk Management, Treasury Software, Operations, Strategy, Human Resources and Consulting. She is a long standing member of the National Association of Corporate Treasurers’ (NACT), Association of Financial Professionals (AFP) and Commercial Finance Association.
Prior to joining Bridge Investment Group LLC, she was Managing Director-Treasury Consulting of Bora Bora Consulting LLC, a global financial and treasury consulting business located in Atlanta, Georgia where she consulted for “best in class” Fortune 100 corporations like General Electric (GE), public accounting firms and large banks. Her consulting services were retained to help manage the Treasury Management Product Migration from the Wachovia Bank platform to Wells Fargo. She is a career Treasurer and a veteran of General Electric since 1992 working in many senior capacities as an employee and consultant. Her most recent position with GE was Vice President-Structured Finance and Asset Based Lending, a role she held since April 2006 at GE Capital Solutions. Prior to 2006, she held Treasurer roles at General Reinsurance, Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc., Carter’s Childrenswear, Georgia Transmission Corporation, NuCor Steel (dba Magnatrax Corporation) and Blaze Metals, LLC.
Ms. Steel holds a B.S. in Finance from Providence College, and a MBA Finance from the University of Bridgeport. She also received Certificate(s) from Harvard Law School and Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania regarding the Mergers and Acquisitions’ Finance Program designed for GE.